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In a message dated 97-03-26 20:59:46 EST, Mark Baker wrote:

> 1. What would you (as an engineer, not homeowner) consider as an
>  acceptable settlement for wood framed residential slab on grade
>  construction?

I think that's the wrong question.  Ultimately we, as a profession, need to
understand our clients expectations and educate them about what can be done
and if there is additional cost to achieve that result.

Bill Cain, SE

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